Determines your vulnerable IT assest as well as remediation solutions for future attack prevention.
Simulates a cyber attack on your networks to determine the risks and results of a successful breach.
Syscon Cyber Security Consulting that helps your company affordably strengthen its overall security posture.
Syscon Consulting is an Australian based security consultant specialising in providing independent and high-quality security and architecture services, focusing primarily on clients with complex security environments.
Syscon is a leading, highly-specialised security consultancy established and started in Toronto Canada in 1998, Our mandate is simple, we protect our clients data - and therefore their business.Read More
Vulnerability Assessments, Identifies, quantifies and prioritizes vulnerable assets within your IT environment that can be successfully exploited by a cyber attack.Read More
We will help you determine the elements you need to consider when developing and maintaining an information security policy to cover all information security bases.Read More
We will examine the existing network topology and deployment of the security controls within the organisation like firewalls, IDS/IPS, network segmentation and make recommendations to increase the effectiveness of the security controls you currently have.Read More
We can conduct a simulation of an external or internal cyber-attack on your network infrastructure that attempts to prove or disprove whether a real-world attack would successfully exploit critical systems and gain access to your sensitive data.Read More
We can assess your organisations Governance, Risk and Compliance obligations, explain and interpret the security and audit requirements relevant to your scope, and provide services that align with your companies budget and time constraints.Read More
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The top driver of cyber-attacks is now cyber-crime. Attackers are motivated by financial gain and driven by the prosperity of cryptocurrencies. Meanwhile, attacks are becoming more targeted. A determined enemy will take the time to learn the target by investing in reconnaissance, social engineering and specific tools.
With the value of Bitcoin skyrocketing so did attacks motivated by ransom. Organisations associated ransom as the leading motivation for attacks (50%) over other attacks including insider threats, hacktivism and competition to list a few. Globally 42% experienced ransomware attacks, a 40% increase from 2019.Read More
Data leakage/information loss emerged as the number-one security concern, cited by 28% of organisations globally. Service level degradation/outage was another top concern, cited by 23%.Read More
The prevalence of Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks grew 10%, hitting nearly two in five businesses. One in six suffered an attack by an IoT botnet and 68% of attacks resulted in a service degradation or complete outage. Both carry associated costs. 2019 also brought an increase in application-layer vs. network-layer attacks.Read More